Important For Men to Deal with Stress

The relationship of most men and stress is short term and simplistic.  The single symptom which is easily recognized and most readily associated with a stressful situation is a mood change. “Dad's grumpy” or “dad is out of sorts”.  He had a tough day. They think it's all psychological and just a passing moment.  So, they treat the [...]

By | 2017-11-08T22:13:06+00:00 March 28th, 2018|Anxiety Disorders, Assertive Communicaiton, Educational, Men's Health, Men's Issues, Self-Care Strategies, Stress|Comments Off on Important For Men to Deal with Stress

Redefining Introversion From a Flaw to an Inherent Strength

Today’s gregarious, outgoing world often views introverted tendencies as a flaw that needs fixing. Those seeking professional success are often told to network, which expands their name recognition and helps them stand out from the crowd. Similarly, reserved individuals who have trouble with personal relationships are advised to get out more and spend less time [...]

By | 2017-11-08T22:13:11+00:00 March 7th, 2018|Educational|Comments Off on Redefining Introversion From a Flaw to an Inherent Strength

Eight Tips Guaranteed to Impress Everyone You Meet

Impressing others needn’t be difficult, and several methods exist for impressing everyone you meet. If you suffer from social anxiety, or, if you’re seeking a small boost from mundane party-going tricks—check out the following tips, generated from Buzzfeed, guaranteed to turn heads. For Others: 1. Focus on Others First It makes sense, doesn’t it? When [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:40:08+00:00 February 14th, 2015|Educational, Self-Esteem|Comments Off on Eight Tips Guaranteed to Impress Everyone You Meet

How Depression Effects Male Libido and What to Do About It

How Depression Effects Male Libido and What to Do About It Of all the psychological and physiological effects of depression, one of the most devastating, especially for men, can be the sexual consequences.  It can cause an overall loss of passion, an issue with coming to orgasm or even a compulsive need for sexual release. The diagnosis of [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:40:25+00:00 February 1st, 2015|Depression, Educational, Men's Issues, Mental Health|Comments Off on How Depression Effects Male Libido and What to Do About It

4 Simple Ways to Boost Your Energy

Harvard Medical School: Health Beat e-Newsletter January 23, 2015 reported: 4 simple ways to boost your energy Do you sometimes feel like the Energizer Bunny when his battery runs low and wish you had more ideas to be able to boost your energy? You might start the day strong, but by midafternoon, you can’t quite [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:40:32+00:00 January 27th, 2015|Educational, Self-Care Strategies|Comments Off on 4 Simple Ways to Boost Your Energy

5 steps to lower Alzheimer’s risk

Harvard Medical School: Health Beat e-Newsletter January 10, 2015 reported: Can you sidestep Alzheimer’s disease? A recent international survey identified Alzheimer’s as the second most feared disease, behind cancer. It’s no wonder. Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by progressive damage to nerve cells and their connections. The result is devastating and includes memory loss, impaired thinking, [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:40:52+00:00 January 24th, 2015|Educational, Mental Health, Self-Care Strategies|Comments Off on 5 steps to lower Alzheimer’s risk

Gender Roles and How They Limit Us

Gender Roles and How They Limit Us Gender roles are forces that tend to separate men and women. We hear phrases like, "he is just a boy," or, "girls are fragile." We assign these roles to children who grow up to be adults who have limited tools to understand, let alone deal with, these perceived [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:41:47+00:00 January 7th, 2015|Assertive Communicaiton, Educational, Men's Issues, Relationships|Comments Off on Gender Roles and How They Limit Us

Five Tips for Making Friends and Impressing Strangers

The holidays are here—and it’s time to socialize. Chances are, you’ll meet many new people within the next year, and brushing up on impressive character traits is important for improvised visits and first impressions. It can take under 100 milliseconds to gage someone’s personality, so impressing a newcomer should be a “before-during-and-after” deal. Before getting [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:42:05+00:00 December 27th, 2014|Anxiety Disorders, Educational, Relationships, Self-Care Strategies, Self-Esteem, Stress|Comments Off on Five Tips for Making Friends and Impressing Strangers

The Silver Lining is Bigger Than We Think: Finding the Balance in Challenge

The Silver Lining is Bigger Than We Think: Finding the Balance in Challenge “The sum of all forces in a closed system is zero.”  This quote refers to a well-known theory from physics called the conservation of matter. If we apply it to mindset and human behavior, it has profound implications for those of use [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:42:10+00:00 December 24th, 2014|About Counselling, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Educational|Comments Off on The Silver Lining is Bigger Than We Think: Finding the Balance in Challenge

Giving the Gift of Self-Care: How to Replace Holiday Triggers With Tenderness

Giving the Gift of Self-care: How to Replace Holiday Triggers With Tenderness The holidays can be a time of joy, celebration, and reconnection, but our high expectations for this season can sometimes send us into scary spirals of doubt and depression. Reducing stress during the holidays means spending time taking care of yourself, and working [...]

By | 2017-10-27T21:42:22+00:00 December 17th, 2014|Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Educational, Self-Care Strategies, Stress|Comments Off on Giving the Gift of Self-Care: How to Replace Holiday Triggers With Tenderness

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